Students on completion of ENSCI-111 will have the skills and knowledge to:
- Read and critically evaluate relevant professional literature.
- Think critically.
- Present information clearly in written and oral form.
- Work in a team environment.
- Appreciate cultural diversity.
- Possess familiarity with the broad scope of the field of the discipline.
- Understand scientific principles and their application to scientific inquiry and to
- Evaluate discipline-specific techniques and field methods.
- Use appropriate online computing tools to solve discipline-specific problems.
- See how by this course could lead to employment in environmental science and related
fields, or to graduate studies.
- Demonstrated competency and broad knowledge of the discipline through proposing an
acceptable term-paper topic and the successful completion of this both written, and orally
- A mid-term anonymous evaluation of the course by the students.
- Student self-assessment through an exit questionnaire to query their abilities and their
overall satisfaction with the program;
- Compilation of data concerning graduation rates, employment rates in discipline-specific
fields, and admission rates to graduate schools.
- Alumni survey of relevance of this course to a degree program, to success in later
employment, or graduate school;
Created by Hugh Rance, 2004